Scott, Thomas, 1947- :Great moments in New Zealand History No. 1. 'Well done Hobson. With a bit of luck we'll never hear about fishing rights or land claims ever again.' Evening Post, 28 September 1988
- 1988 - 1840
- Scott, Thomas Joseph, 1947-; Evening Post (Wellington, N.Z.)
Highlights a comment made by a Pakeha while both sides (Pakeha and Maori) leave the table where the Treaty of Waitangi has been signed in 1840, heading off in different directions.
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